In Issue #116 of Singletrack Magazine,
Wil and the crew tested three new generation full suspension XC race
bikes. Read on for the full review of the 2018 Giant Anthem Advanced Pro
The Giant Anthem was first introduced in 2006 as the successor to the
classic NRS. Following the Trance and Reign before it, the Anthem was
one of the original models to feature the (then) new Maestro dual link
suspension design. That Anthem was a thoroughbred race bike – it had
just 80mm of travel front and rear, a vicious 72° head angle, and 26in
wheels wrapped with 2.0in tyres. It was originally only available in
alloy, but even then weighed less than 11kg in its top trim.
us for a Liv Cycling Women's no drop road ride. We will have two route
options for you! A no drop 20 mile ride which is perfect for beginners and a 45
mile route with intermediate to advanced paces. Rolling Sharp at 6:30pm
Come out to Orlando Mountain Bike Park on Friday, March 16 and check out some of Kona's favorites!
Including the Honzo AL/DL, Process 153 CR 27.5, Process 153 AL/DL 29, and HEI HEI Trail CR.
They'll have a full size run for each bike to make sure everyone can find a bike that fits just right! Come see why editors have been raving over the Process, and why the Honzo has become legendary among hardtails.
The Giant Defy Advanced 2 is a comfortable endurance model with disc wheels and plenty of zip for days when speed is of the essence
Giant’s Defy range has always been enormously popular. Perhaps not as racy as its more senior Giant TCR line, it’s still zippy enough to feel fast but brings all day comfort to boot.
The Giant Defy Advanced 2 is no different, and the fact we wanted to push further and further every time we rode it is exactly why it’s on the Cycling Weekly Editor’s Choice 2017 list.
We will be leaving Kyle's Bike Shop at 12:45pm on October 21st and pedaling to four local bars. All bikes welcome, but
riders must be 21 please. Here is the list of the stops, and they
are all offering Goose Island beers. Happy Hour pricing!! Ride will be approx. 5.5 miles!